European Olympic Committees (EOC)
Les comités olympiques européens (COE)
1975-10-17 Lisbon Portugal
17 Oct 1975, Lisbon (Portugal), as Association of the European National Olympic Committees (AENOC) -- Association des comités nationaux olympiques européens (ACNOE). Current name adopted Nov 1995. Statutes amended 1978, 1995 and 2001; reshaped 2006.
Spread throughout Europe the Olympic ideals as defined in IOC's Olympic Charter, in close cooperation with International Olympic Committee (IOC), Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) and the Olympic Associations in other continents; educate young people through sport in a spirit of better understanding and friendship, thereby contributing towards building a better and peaceful world; promote cooperation between European NOCs through research, the study of issues of common interest, exchange of information and standing for common positions; develop IOC Olympic Solidarity programmes in Europe.
Events2020-10-30 | Istanbul, Turkey – General Assembly
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice President, Secretary General and 14 members (2 of which are ex-officio). Commissions (6): Technical Cooperation and Sport Development; Preparation of the Olympic Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; Medical and Scientific; European Union; Athletes. Working Groups.
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